Hotel Gloria Copacabana
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... Obviously occupational health and safety isn't such a big thing in Bolivia. We were handed four wines and four ports in quick succession. The best I tasted was a dry white, which was about the standard of a $10-15 Pinot Grigio back home. The rest were a little too sweet for me, though the ports were surprisingly good and not too overpoweringly sweet. Finally we were given their sangani to taste. Sangani is a distiller grape wine popular in Bolivia, not too dissimilar tasting to vodka. ...
... through a very fertile plane. The next tasting stop was a shop that sells different boutique wines and a few preserves. We tried a red wine that unfortunately none of us liked, so we weren't tempted to buy anything. The last stop for the day was at a 400 year old adobe block house on an amazing property. We all had to stand in a semi circle and they guy from the vineyard filled up about 6 glasses. The idea is that the the glass gets handed around the circle and the last person has ...
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$18 a night for a room with private bathroom and WIFI - No brekkie included
Meals: $2- $3
Water: $1 for a litre
Alcohol: $2 for a bottle of wine, $1 for a beer
Average Daily Spend per person: $27
Transport there for both of us: $27
Total Spend for both of us inc. Transport: $190
... river and the rewards will keep flowing in."
Although the metaphor divulges slightly, the message is clear, an obsession with money is not healthy. We can reap the benefits both with and without. Life presents you with many different roads you can choose to take and it our decisions as to which road to take that defines us. Enough said. Tarija, provides the ample opportunity to experience/practise this.